The Prudential Center is one of Boston’s most notable landmarks. Affectionately referred to as the “Pru,” thousands of Bostonians work and play in its glass, steel and concrete walls every day. The Pru lights up Boston’s skyline night after night, and the city has gotten used to its magnificence.

But what do you really know about the Pru? How tall is it? How big is it? Here’s a look at the Prudential Center by the numbers.

907 feet tall, including radio mast

52 floors

2nd tallest building in Boston

26th tallest building in the United States

3.2 million total square feet

2.6 million square feet of office space

495,229 square foot shopping mall

Largest parking garage in Boston and New England with more than 3,600 spaces

60,000 people visit the shopping mall per day

More than 8,000 people work in the Pru

More than 200,000 people visit the Skywalk Observatory annually

The Pru is connected to Boston’s largest hotel, the 1,100 room Sheraton

The Pru is home to Boston’s largest Barnes & Noble

Voted the “#5 Cash Cow Shopping Center” in the United States according to Women’s Wear Daily.

For special occasions, the Pru can be lit up nearly every color, including pink, blue, green, red, maroon, orange, gold, purple and yellow.